Showing posts with label jobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label jobs. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Apply Now for the Seasonal summer jobs for DCR

"This summer DCR is looking to fill more that 1,500 seasonal positions at state parks, forests, beaches, pools, and campgrounds from the Boston Harbor Islands to the peak of Mount Greylock! Check the link to search and apply!" 
bit.ly/DCRSummer2022

Shared from Twitter -> https://twitter.com/MassDCR/status/1521195315000320002 

Apply Now for the Seasonal summer jobs for DCR
Apply Now for the Seasonal summer jobs for DCR

Saturday, January 8, 2022

Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - maybe one of these could be yours!

Job Opportunities

To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email

Companion Caregiver - Franklin Senior Center 

Recycling Center Laborer - Department of Public Works 

Part-time and Substitute Custodians - Facilities Department 

Substitute Library Assistant - Franklin Public Library  

If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.

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Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - maybe one of these could be yours!
Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - maybe one of these could be yours!

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Franklin Public Schools, MA: Jobs open for Solutions Extended Day Program


Franklin Public Schools, MA: Jobs open for Solutions Extended Day Program
Franklin Public Schools, MA: Jobs open for Solutions Extended Day Program


Town of Franklin, MA: Job Opportunities in Conservation, Police, DPW, Facilities, and Library

Job Opportunities

To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.  

If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.  (https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/application_for_employment_-_town_of_franklin.pdf)

To receive notifications of all job opportunities in the Town of Franklin, subscribe here  ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/subscribe

Town of Franklin, MA: Job Opportunities in Conservation, Police, DPW, Facilities, and Library
Town of Franklin, MA: Job Opportunities in Conservation, Police, DPW, Facilities, and Library


Monday, September 6, 2021

Inside the job market on Labor Day 2021

"A mystery sits at the heart of the economic recovery: There are 10 million job openings, yet more than 8.4 million unemployed are still actively looking for work.

The job market looks, in some ways, like a boom-time situation. Business owners complain they can’t find enough workers, pay is rising rapidly, and customers are greeted with “please be patient, we’re short-staffed” signs at many stores and restaurants.

But the nation remains in the midst of a deadly pandemic with covid-19 hospitalizations back at their highest rates since January. The surge is weighing on the labor market again, with a mere 235,000 jobs added in August. There are still 5 million fewer jobs compared to before the pandemic, reflecting ongoing problems, including child care as some schools and day cares shut down again from outbreaks.

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At heart, there is a massive reallocation underway in the economy that’s triggering a “Great Reassessment” of work in America from both the employer and employee perspectives. Workers are shifting where they want to work — and how. For some, this is a personal choice. The pandemic and all of the anxieties, lockdowns and time at home have changed people. Some want to work remotely forever. Others want to spend more time with family. And others want a more flexible or more meaningful career path. It’s the “you only live once” mentality on steroids. Meanwhile, companies are beefing up automation and redoing entire supply chains and office setups."

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Saturday, August 21, 2021

Franklin Public Schools, MA: Open House Job Fair - Aug 23

Franklin Public Schools, MA (@FranklinPSNews) tweeted Fri, Aug 20, 2021:
Please consider attending the FPS Open House Job Fair. August 23rd from 4pm-6pm. We are seeking Educational Support Professionals at various school locations, assisting our students in the classroom environment. https://t.co/apB4b9f64Q


Franklin Public Schools, MA:  Open House Job Fair - Aug 23
Franklin Public Schools, MA:  Open House Job Fair - Aug 23


Friday, July 9, 2021

Catching up to some National news

‘The Great Resignation’: June’s US jobs report hides unusual trend 

"The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday (07/02/21) that the US economy added 850,000 jobs last month. Hidden by this encouraging figure is the hint of an unusual trend: people are beginning to quit their jobs in extraordinary numbers.

June’s numbers, in combination with last month’s figures, suggest that the economy is continuing to recover at a steady pace. The rate of unemployment was 5.9% and 9.5 million people remain unemployed."
Continue reading about this job report at The Guardian 
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/jul/03/us-jobs-report-june-trend


The battle for Mount Rushmore: ‘It should be turned into something like the Holocaust Museum’

"The national memorial draws nearly 3 million visitors a year – and Native Americans want the site back with a focus on oppression

Mount Rushmore national memorial draws nearly 3 million visitors a year to its remote location in South Dakota. They travel from all corners of the globe just to lay their eyes on what the National Park Service calls America’s “shrine of democracy”.

Phil Two Eagle is not opposed to the fact that the giant sculpture of American presidents is a major tourist attraction but he thinks the park should have a different focus: oppression.

“It should be turned into something like the United States Holocaust Museum,” he said. “The world needs to know what was done to us.”
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Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Job Search Events for you this week

1. My practice interview group meets on Wednesday at 10am. All are welcome.

When: Jun 2, 2021 10:00 AM Eastern Time

Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsc-2rrTIoG9YGTg5R1wwcTc-dY7EhtxJe

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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2.  50+ Jobseeker Networking Group - Give to Get (G2G) Networking Session

When: Jun 1, 2021 10:00 AM Eastern Time

If you've attended any previous 50+ session this spring, just use the Zoom URL you used for that previous session.
Attend and you could win a free 20-minute coaching session!
If you've not attended a previous session, register at: https://50plusjobseekers.org/outreach/registration/

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3.  50+ Jobseeker Networking Group - Interactive  Workshop - Practice Interviewing

When: Jun 1, 2021 6:30 PM Eastern Time

Because of the holiday, we moved this session to Tuesday evening!

A lot of people have landed recently. Even more people are finally getting interviews.
Don't go to your interview without practicing first. Come practice your answers with other jobseekers. 

Thanks,

Ed Lawrence 

Job Search Events for you this week
Job Search Events for you this week


 

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - multiple positions open

Job Opportunities

To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.  

Administrative Assistant - Senior Center  ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/admin-assistant-seniorcenter-job-posting-may2021.pdf

Payroll Administrator - Finance Department  ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/payroll-administrator-job-posting-may2021.pdf

Executive Assistant - Town Administrator's Office  ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/executive-assistant-posting-may2021.pdf

Heavy Motor Equipment Operator - Department of Public Works ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/hmeo-external-posting-april222021.docx.pdf

Summer Jobs - Facilities and Department of Public Works - FACILITIES IS STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS  ->  https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/summer-jobs-posting-draft-march2021.pdf

Part-Time Office Assistant and Passport Acceptance Agent - Department of Planning and Community Development  ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/office-assistant-and-passport-agent-jobposting-april12021.docx.pdf

Substitute Custodian ->   https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/sub.custodian-posting-april2021.docx.pdf

If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.

To receive notifications of all job opportunities in the Town of Franklin, subscribe here .

Shared from Town of Franklin page -> https://www.franklinma.gov/human-resources/pages/job-opportunities

Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - multiple positions open
Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - multiple positions open


Thursday, May 27, 2021

New England Treatment Access - Virtual Cannabis Career Fair - May 27

New England Treatment Access (NETA), the state’s largest cannabis company is partnering with Cannaclusive for a careers webinar to hire for our new Franklin retail dispensary - scheduled to open later this summer. You must be at least 21-years old to apply.

Virtual Career Fair - Thursday, May 27th, from 6-7 PM
Pre-register via Zoom: http://bit.ly/netacareer

There will be a panel discussion, with questions from our audience, featuring members of NETA and our parent company, Parallel.

NETA is known for its progressive benefits and wages, including:
  • Competitive wages.
  • Benefits - medical/vision dental, 401k with the possibility of a company match, and access to company-sponsored well-being programs.
  • Balance and flexibility - paid time off, paid parental leave.
    Financial incentive program that provides opportunity to earn cash and equity in a fast- growing company and industry.
  • Employee discount on products.Volunteer opportunities in the communities where we work.
Join one of the fastest growing industries in the country with one of the best brands in the business.

Our company’s core beliefs embrace the cultivation and preservation of a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Through our NETA Cares Initiatives, we support opportunities to reduce barriers for those individuals most impacted by the war on drugs.

There is job training for all new positions.

Learn more about the opportunities during the live event.
 
New England Treatment Access (NETA)
New England Treatment Access (NETA)

 

Friday, May 21, 2021

This Saturday: Job Fair at URCC Member Plainridge Park Casino




Job Fair at URCC Member Plainridge Park Casino
This Saturday

Register Today


May 20, 2021


301 Washington Street
Plainville
The United Regional Chamber of Commerce | 310 South Street, Plainville, MA 02762

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Friday, April 2, 2021

Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - Part-time Office Asst; DPW and Facilities summer positions; and others

Job Opportunities

To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.  

If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.  https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif591/f/uploads/application_for_employment_-_town_of_franklin.pdf

To receive notifications of all job opportunities in the Town of Franklin, subscribe here .

Shared from:  https://www.franklinma.gov/human-resources/pages/job-opportunities

 

Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - Pert-time Office Asst; DPW and Facilites summer positions; and others
Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities - Pert-time Office Asst; DPW and Facilities summer positions; and others

 

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Town of Franklin, MA: Job Opportunities - DPW, Deputy Town Clerk

Job Opportunities

To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.  


If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.
To receive notifications of all job opportunities in the Town of Franklin, subscribe here .
Town of Franklin, MA: Job Opportunities - DPW, Deputy Town Clerk
Town of Franklin, MA: Job Opportunities - DPW, Deputy Town Clerk


Monday, March 22, 2021

HMEA may have a position for you! Check out the virtual job fair Tuesday, Mar 23, 2021

HMEA Inc (@hmeatweets) tweeted on Sun, Mar 21, 2021:

If you want to make a difference in your work, here's your opportunity. We're looking to fill a variety of positions, including direct care staff, residential managers, and more. 
Email jobs@hmea.org to sign up for our first of three career fairs on Tuesday, March 23rd. https://t.co/wVs6hY4sLd
Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/hmeatweets/status/1373756324538941442

HMEA may have a position for you! Check out the virtual job fair Tuesday, Mar 23, 2021
HMEA may have a position for you! Check out the virtual job fair Tuesday, Mar 23, 2021


Thursday, February 18, 2021

"Millions of jobs probably aren’t coming back, even after the pandemic ends"

"Millions of jobs that have been shortchanged or wiped out entirely by the coronavirus pandemic are unlikely to come back, economists warn, setting up a massive need for career changes and retraining in the United States.

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered permanent shifts in how and where people work. Businesses are planning for a future where more people are working from home, traveling less for business, or replacing workers with robots. All of these modifications mean many workers will not be able to do the same job they did before the pandemic, even after much of the U.S. population gets vaccinated against the deadly virus.

Microsoft founder-turned-philanthropist Bill Gates raised eyebrows in November when he predicted that half of business travel and 30 percent of “days in the office” would go away forever. That forecast no longer seems far-fetched. In a report coming out later this week that was previewed to The Washington Post, the McKinsey Global Institute says that 20 percent of business travel won’t come back and about 20 percent of workers could end up working from home indefinitely. These shifts mean fewer jobs at hotels, restaurants and downtown shops, in addition to ongoing automation of office support roles and some factory jobs."

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Friday, February 12, 2021

Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities with DPW and Facilities

Job Opportunities

To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.  

  • Heavy Motor Equipment Operator - Department of Public Works - updated February 2021

If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.

To receive notifications of all job opportunities in the Town of Franklin, subscribe here (https://www.franklinma.gov/subscribe).
 
 


Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities with DPW and Facilities
Town of Franklin: Job Opportunities with DPW and Facilities


Saturday, February 6, 2021

New York Times: “It’s very clear our economy is still in trouble”

"The American economic recovery showed new signs of stalling on Friday as government data underscored the pandemic’s brutal damage to the job market.

U.S. employers added 49,000 jobs in January, the Labor Department said, dashing hopes that the new year would bring immediate relief. The private sector added just 6,000 jobs, barely enough to register against the millions of positions lost during the pandemic.

The weak showing was tallied amid a fresh effort in Washington to provide a big infusion of aid to foster a recovery and the data will almost certainly bolster the Democrats’ argument for a robust stimulus package."

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